May kicks-off National Small Business Week, which recognizes America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. Technology Expert Marc Saltzman introduces some of the best tech tools that can help a small business grow today.
BlackBerry is back with the BlackBerry KEYone, an award-winning phone that has the same security and functionality of a BlackBerry and the versatility of an Android 7.1 Nougat. The updated keyboard has fingerprint sensors and unparalleled security.
To help keep your work and information secure, Kingston has created an encrypted USB flash drive. The DataTraveler 2000 has an alphanumeric key pad so that even if someone gets their hands on the drive, they aren’t able to get to your information. With the DataTraveler Vault Privacy 3.0 drive, you access your files via a password on the computer itself. If the password is entered incorrect 10 times the drive will re-format and wipe itself clean.
No matter what profession, Saltzman says having a reliable printer is always necessary. The Canon MAXIFY MB5420 wireless all-in-one printer empowers small businesses with a high-speed, high quality and cost effective printer, scanner and copier.
In honor of small businesses, UPS has created the first-ever national Pitch Off contest. Small business owners and startups can compete for a chance to win $10,000 by submitting a business pitch to UPS online with a 90 second video.
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